Lake City Resort, Udaipur brings you amazing accommodation options for your wonderful personal as well business needs. A perfect place spread over 3 lac square feet, makes you feel the King of the World. The Resort features elegantly designed rooms and suites replete with all contemporary comforts. In-room amenities include air conditioner, satellite television, intercom facility, tea/coffee maker, refrigerator, iron/ironing board, balcony/sit out, sofa unit, study table, room heater and bathroom amenities. Direct dial phone, data port, Wi-Fi, snack basket, fruit basket and mini bar are available at an extra cost. The in-house multi-cuisine restaurant offers delectable Indian, South Indian, Chinese, Continental and American dishes. The hotel is a favored destination for business and leisure!
Udaipur is located in the colourful state of Rajasthan in western India and is known as the City of Lakes. It also has a deep historic significance and it is the historical capital of the empire of Mewar.
It was established in the year 1553 as the capital of the Kingdom of Mewar. It is the birthplace of the legendary Maharana Pratap who fought against the Mughal conquest. In the year 1818, it became a Princely State under the British Empire and later became a part of India after Independence.
The city is regarded as one of the beautiful tourist spots of the country. This mesmerizing countryside is surrounded with a wide range of ancient temples, truly looking like the threshold of Lord’s abode. The city is very famous for its forts and the history of Rajputana. It strongly held together by its beautiful lakes like Rajasmand Lake, Udai Sagar Lake, Pichola Lake, Fateh Sagar Lake and Jaismand Lake which provides the boating facility for tourists to spend their leisure time in the lap of nature.
Udaipur is a popular tourist destination all over the globe and so, English has become a commonly spoken language along with Hindi, Mewari and Wagdi. The city has a healthy population of Hindus and Jains. The major festivals include Diwali and Holi. Gangaur Festival, Jal-Jhulni Ekadashi and Hariyali Amavasya are some of the other major festivals unique to this area. The Ghoomar dance is also a speciality of Udaipur.
Some of the popular tourist places to visit in Udaipur are:
City Palace - Centuries of historical imprints are embedded in the granite and marbles of the City Palace. It is a grand show of Medieval, European and Chinese architectures. The palace houses a crystal gallery with the largest private collection of crystals.
Jagdish Temple - located in the City palace complex of Udaipur. The temple was built in 1651 in the lines of Indo- Aryan style of architecture. It is the largest temple in Udaipur, which is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Its three storeyed structure comprises: painted walls, decorated ceilings, lush halls and carved pillars.
Lake Palace - a very famous destination of Udaipur and was constructed by Jagat Singh II in between 1743 -1746 in the centre of Lake Pichola over the background of lovely Aravalli Mountains in Udaipur. It is said that this destination was used as a summer palace by several kings of Udaipur.
Fateh Sagar - very popular for its backdrop of green and blue waters and is among one of the four lakes of the city which has been titled as ‘Second Kashmir’ in the city.
Eklingji Temple - assumed to be one of the forms of Lord Shiva and contains the idol of Sisodia Dynasty, Eklingji. It is situated on the banks of a beautiful lake that adds the tranquility and spirituality of the holy place.
Bada Mahal - a renowned historic place for visitors which reminds of the 17th century. It is bounded by lovely courtyards, lush green landscaped lawns, beautiful garden, pillars and terraces, royal apartments, royal balconies and fountains.
Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary - a fantastic place to visit and the tourist can see different type of animals at this Sanctuary like Chitals, Jackals, Hares, Blue bulls, Sambars, and Panthers.